After reading some very positive comments on Tripadvisor about this restaurant, we decided to go there for lunch today. I had the menu at €14 and my wife ordered a la Carte and we ordered some Jasmine Tea to accompany the meal (very good). Because others have said the Pâtés Impériales (hot spring rolls) are to die for we ordered these. They were!! As good as any I've eaten anywhere. What's more, there were ten of them for the two of us, though they were quite small (8cm long by 2cm dia)!! Wow, what a good start. Served with dipping sauce, lettuce and mint as usual in restaurants from Indo-China.
For our mains, I had the beef saté and Cantonese rice and my wife ordered crispy noodles with pork. After a brief delay - long enough to confirm that the dishes were freshly cooked, they appeared. Very generous portions again. I have one slight issue with the restaurant in that the menu said my beef would be moderately spicy. I could hardly detect any chilli heat, but I don't really blame them, the French are notoriously incapable of accepting it. However, on a little carousel on the table there were jars of fish,soya and chilli sauces, as well as salt, so I was able to bump up the spiciness to my taste. Both main dishes were delightful. At long last a place where we could eat with real pleasure.
For our dessert we ordered banana fritters. We chose not to have them flambé, though that would have been included in my menu. We each were served a whole banana, sliced in half lengthways before being battered and deep fried. Again - freshly cooked, crispy and delicious.
How much did this feast cost for the two of us? Just €36.
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